Posts Tagged ‘Start’

Grow Vegetables in Your Front Yard – Questions and Answers

John from answers questions about growing food in his front yard garden for a magazine called Eternity Watch. In this episode you will learn some tips and tricks and some of Johns views about growing food, food systems and more.

How to Start a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden in Your Backyard – Planning

John from goes on a field trip to a friends house to share his ideas about how to start growing food in her backyard. In this video, John will speak with Mary who desires to grow food in her backyard. John will share his ideas and leave Mary with a plan so that she can start growing food the easiest and best way possible. After watching this episode, you may get some ideas that can help you grow food in your backyard and beyond.
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How to Plant a Bonnie Plant from a Peat Pot into Your Vegetable Garden

John from shares with you how he transplants starts that are in peat pots into his raised bed garden. In this episode you will learn John’s method for transplanting that has gotten him a high success rate when planting vegetable starts in his square foot raised bed garden. After watching this episode, you will learn about the two ways he adds beneficial microbes when transplanting to encourage healthy root growth and explosive yields.

Compost : When a Compost Heap is Ready

Learn when compost heaps or compost bins are ready depending on the temperature and climate and learn about using mulch in this free gardening video. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner

Vegetable Starts for 49 Cents This Weekend Only at Home Depot

John from shares with you how you can purchase vegetable starts for your garden for up to 55% off the normal retail price at your local Home Depot and Possibly Lowes Stores. In this episode, you will learn about this special Spring Black Friday Sale and how can grow a vegetable garden guaranteed even if you have a brown thumb. You will also discover some of John’s favorite varieties he will be growing this year and also how to select the best vegetable starts.

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